Parks and Recreation (2009–2015)
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Leslie and Ron 

The gang locks Leslie and Ron in the old Parks Department office overnight and force them to settle their differences and end their feud.

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Greg Daniels (created by), Michael Schur (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Amy Poehler ... Leslie Knope
Aziz Ansari ... Tom Haverford
Nick Offerman ... Ron Swanson
Aubrey Plaza ... April Ludgate
Chris Pratt ... Andy Dwyer
Adam Scott ... Ben Wyatt
Jim O'Heir ... Jerry Gergich
Retta ... Donna Meagle
Billy Eichner ... Craig Middlebrooks
Eric Isenhower ... Orin
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The gang locks Leslie and Ron in the old Parks Department office overnight and force them to settle their differences and end their feud.

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Comedy

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Language:

English

Release Date:

20 January 2015 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

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Color

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

The mural the staff creates in season two episode Parks and Recreation: The Camel (2009) is visible in this episode. See more »

Goofs

When Ron attempts to blow the door up using his claymore mine, he places it sideways. In the next shot of the mine the sign 'Front toward enemy' faces the characters. Ron would've blown them up. See more »

Connections

References A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) See more »

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For He's A Jolly Good Fellow
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Well, at least it's finally resolved.
23 August 2017 | by Mr-FusionSee all my reviews

Four episodes in, and we finally(!) get the writers' reasoning for the inexplicable Ron/Leslie acrimony . . . in the form of a contentious info dump. That there was ever such a feud to begin with is ridiculous given their hard-won friendship. But it's a far worse reason for putting their friendship under the microscope. Worst of all, neither Offerman nor Poehler has decent material to work with here. It's not funny, it's forced and it's a far cry from "Parks" as we know it.


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